Free Meditation music
These are some of our most popular recordings and can be downloaded for free. Most of the music on this site is composed by the meditation teacher Sri Chinmoy, and is performed by him, or by musicians from all around the world who study meditation in the Sri Chinmoy Centre.
You can download music, or make and save your own playlists of meditation music by clicking on the settings icon () next to music that you like.
Meditation music by Sri Chinmoy
Sri Chinmoy plays the Indian esraj, bamboo flute and harmonium in this classic recording of meditation music. Listen to full album…
Meditation music by the Sri Chinmoy Centre
Ananda offer a selection of meditative music composed by Sri Chinmoy. Listen to their first album…
Adesh Widmer – Joy Of Sitar
Adesh Widmer, a Swiss sitarist who studied in Sri Lanka for many years, creates haunting melodies from this beautiful instrument. Listen to full album…
British group Shindhu offer soulful and peaceful music – ideal for relaxation and meditation.
In Sri Chinmoy’s native Bengali, Bhagaban is a very sweet and intimate way to adress God. This is the first album released by Agnikana’s Group, a female instrumental ensemble from the Czech Republic. Listen »
Prem Sagare – a sea of divine love
Arthada & Friends from Austria perform a haunting and soulful arrangement of Sri Chinmoy’s music. Listen »
A very popular instrumental group from Switzerland.
Learn to meditate.
A selection of free meditation exercises and resources, created by experienced meditation class instructors. More »
April 15, 2016
This is a guided meditation exercise, based on the writings of Sri Chinmoy. It is an exercise to make us feel a divine child of God. The exercise is narrated by Kaivalya Torpy, featuring the music of Alap Jetzer in the background. Read more »
June 9, 2013
A very simple and powerful meditation exercise, which helps us to identify with the beauty, light and radiance of our soul. The exercise is taken from the writings of spiritual Teacher, Sri Chinmoy. The exercise is recited by Kaivalya Torpy. Read more »
June 13, 2015
Audio files and scores free to download
A collection of short mantric songs, performed by the British music group Ananda. These song-mantras can be of great use as a meditation exercise.
”Meditation and music cannot be separated. When we cry from the inmost recesses of our heart for peace, light and bliss, that is the best type of meditation. Next to meditation is music, soulful music, the music that stirs and elevates our aspiring consciousness.”
– Sri Chinmoy
Recent uploads for meditation music
‘Favourite’ songs, Volume one
A playlist of 20 ‘favourite’ songs which are commonly sung at our twice-weekly meditation meetings all over the world.Read more »
Live meditation music – October 2019, part 2
In this selection of live meditation music, we offer five performances from the middle of October, 2019. Some (those from […]Read more »
Live meditation music – October 2019, part 1
This is a collection of live meditative music recorded during a recent week-long anniversary in New York. In this recording, […]Read more »
Meditation music from Sri Chinmoy’s students 2019
This compilation of new music from Sri Chinmoy’s students offers a selection from albums published in 2019. In total there […]Read more »
Om Shanti – Arthada & Friends
Om Shanti was recorded in the fall of 2005 in Vienna, Austria by Arthada & Friends, a group of Austrian […]Read more »
A selection of Sri Chinmoy’s music for inner peace
Idyllic string, melodic and keyboard tracks chosen from Sri Chinmoy’s peace concertsRead more »
Sitar music for meditation
Sri Chinmoy’s music, arranged for sitar and performed by AdeshRead more »
Sanskrit and Bengali devotional songs, May 2018
Accompanied only by harmonium, the group Vedic Fire offer a soulful singing performanceRead more »
Agnikana’s Group – two soulful songs
A live performance on New Year’s Eve during a recent gathering of Sri Chinmoy’s students in Montenegro.Read more »
Songs Celestial – Blue Flower
Three tracks from Blue Flower’s most recent album, which was recorded during a live concert in Reykjavik’s famous Frikirkjan church in Iceland.Read more »